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The Minor scale is a version of a natural minor scale without its fourth degree. This scale is very versatile, being one of the most used in common progressions and compositions. The absence of its fourth degree makes it a consonant scale, as all its notes do not require to be treated melodically with forms of resolution to near consonant notes. Seen as a semi-pentatonic scale, it is safe when improvising and it can be used also for playing over major scales (thanks to my jazz teacher Manuel Consigli for his work and teachings).
– C#/ G# A B C# D# E G# *
– D/ A Bb C D E F A *
– D#/ A# B C# D# E# F# A# *
– E/ B C D E F# G B *
– F/ C Db Eb F G Ab C *
* The 9 notes version is also available, please contact us for more information
Check our Handpan Scale Comparison Page to listen to all the audio samples and find the scale you love!